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Peidmont Gold

I have a streaked form of Satisfaction, a Piedmont Gold sport, that produces streaked seedlings. It is streaked with green, white and yellow In looking through the sources that I have, trying to find the backround of Piedmont Gold, the only reference I can find to its parentage is from Zillis' book, which says it is a sieboldiana cultivar. It is registered with unknown parentage. I don't see much in the plant that reminds me of a sieboldiana, but that doesn't mean it isn't. To me, it looks more like it has montana in it, but since I don't know of many streaked montana breeders, that may be wishful thinking.
Anybody know where Piedmont Gold came from? Besides Chirifu, which hasn't done anything for me yet, are there any streaked montana breeders I haven't thought about?


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